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“Major countries may offer Egypt more foreign aid to keep it from aligning with Iran”

September 11, 2012

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Iran is incapable of keeping the Egyptian economy afloat, American Enterprise Institute Research Fellow Ali Alfoneh said. Egyptian Al-Ahram newspaper cited country’s Oil Minister Osama Kamal that Egypt has “no objection” towards bying and refining Iranian oil. “Having no objections in practice means that Egypt desires Iranian oil for free,” Alfoneh said. “This is an […]

Iranians blame political leadership for country’s economic problems

August 15, 2012

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Today the Iranian public blames the political leadership of the Islamic Republic for the economic problems that exist in the country, American Enterprise Institute Research Fellow Ali Alfoneh believes. Not long ago Member of Iranian parliament’s economic commission Arslanan Fathipour said Iran might be implementing the electronic discount cards for emergency first products. Fathipour said […]

Experts voice opinions on how Iran can deal with oil debts

April 4, 2012

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The best policy for the oil companies is to find a way to swap debts related to Iran, U.S. Northeastern University Professor Kamran Dadkhah said. Professor was commenting on how giant oil companies Shell and Eni could settle their debts related to Iran. He noted that both Shell and Eni have to maintain the best […]

Experts: Iran not to change its behavior, while IRGC benefits from country’s political isolation

March 24, 2012

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The IRGC (Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Council) is benefiting from Iran’s political isolation due to the nuclear crisis, American Enterprise Institute Research Fellow Ali Alfoneh said.

Experts name reasons why Iranian specialists look for jobs outside the country

March 24, 2012

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Pressure, lack of investment and modern technology are the possible reasons why Iranian specialists leave the country, looking for better job offers, U.S. Northeastern University Professor Kamran Dadkhah said, commenting on recent news about Iranian specialists in oil sphere working outside of Islamic Republic.